Dr. Robert Malone: Influenza kills more children, and vaccination is an unnecessary risk

Dr. Robert Malone: Influenza kills more children, and vaccination is an unnecessary risk

Dr. Robert Malone criticizes the COVID vaccine for children and reveals devastating numbers.

Should children be vaccinated against COVID-19? According to one of the scientists involved in the development of the mRNA technology used in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, the answer is a resounding no.

On Tuesday Feb. 1, Dr. Robert Malone revealed this while speaking with The Daily Wire’s Candice Owens on her Candice show.

In recent weeks, Malone has found himself embroiled in controversy – and suspended from Twitter – for voicing divergent opinions not shared by many of his colleagues.

These include the mass formation psychosis theory, the idea that anxiety and isolation make the population more susceptible to government manipulation. This allows leaders to implement rules and laws that make no sense but serve to give them more power.

Such a policy, according to Malone, includes mandatory vaccinations for minors.

“It’s hard for me to come to terms with what’s happening to our children as a father and grandfather,” Malone said. “There is one hill where I will die, and I chose it a few months ago. We’re talking about severe harm to children from these vaccines, ranging from one in 1,000 to one in 3,000.”

He said he knows his efforts won’t have a significant impact on pushing for mandatory vaccines for adults. However, when it came to children, he felt it was a battle worth fighting.

While vaccine complications are rare in children, complications from COVID-19 are even rarer, according to Malone.

That’s why Malone and many others believe that vaccinating children against COVID-19 is an unnecessary risk, despite public health organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommending otherwise.

From the very beginning of the pandemic, it has become clear that COVID-19 does not pose a particular threat to children.

Sunil Bhopal, a clinical lecturer at Newcastle University in England, looked into this issue and found that at the end of 2020, COVID-19 appeared to be less dangerous to children than the flu.

“Even at its peak in most countries, COVID killed fewer children than the estimated average number of flu deaths in a year,” he said, according to KHN.

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